In the second of the County Fives series, Duncan Boswell reflects on the Hatters’ top five most memorable managers.
Morf is a social and peer support group for trans-masculine people.
The term describes those who were female at birth, but identify as a masculine identity.
The group’s Chairperson, Elliott, has been telling Under the Rainbow about their Binder Exchange Scheme.
A binder is a compression vest that is used to reduce the appearance of breasts.
Elliott said that the scheme gives trans-masculine people an alternative to resorting to more painful methods.
Devon based trio Demalebysse and Russian born singer songwriter Daria Kulesh came into the Roots & Fusion studio to record a wonderful session.
Each recording four songs, we then had a very interesting, informative and giggly chat.
We discussed the Demalebysse name, Steve’s wanderlust, how long it takes to become a Devonian and Lucy’s lost Bodhran (a situation rescued thanks to Stockport’s Fab Music Store), as well as Daria’s next project…
1) Lilly Of The West
3) Statton Island / The Morpeth Rant
4) Time After Time
1) Fake Wonderland
3) Right Here
4) Safely Wed
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In the first of the County Fives series, Duncan Boswell looks back at the Hatters’ most memorable goals.
As the CPI measure of inflation goes negative for the first time since the 1960s, Christian Spence from the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce explains why that’s not necessarily a bad thing.